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Hidden Intent-Dead End Destiny album review.

  Hidden Intent-Dead End Destiny album review.  FFO: Thrashy good times. Dead End Destiny is an absolute treat of an album if you dig your old school thrash metal. There is definitely tons of Bay Area thrash here, but it has that Aussie flair that makes it even more palatable. Whilst the band is definitely not forging any new ground, they bring the party right to the front of your ten Marshall amps. They just do thrash so damn well; the sick gnarly vocals dominate every track. The guitar work is constantly frantic and smoothers you with its grasp, for a three-piece they sound so heavy and it is evident they have played tons of shows as everything is tight and well balanced.  A Place of Horror is a brilliant cracker, with so many hooks and vocal finesse, you are sold on the album straight away. The title track Dead End Destiny reminds me of Mortal Sin and other Aussie classic bands, it's a ripper. Forgotten Fate has all the traits of brilliant Megadeth style build-up and is easil

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